DMEA - Downstream Middle East & Africa

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In a region which has shown both extensive investment and increased instability over the past few years, MEA merits a significant degree of technically minded and industry-focused coverage.

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Tanzania resumes talks with Shell, Equinor on LNG project

16 November 2021

Tanzania’s Energy Minister January Makamba confirmed last week that his country’s government had resumed talks with several international oil companies on the Tanzania LNG project.

Ugandan oil industry making some progress

10 November 2021

While CNOOC has pledged to move forward with development of the Kingfisher oilfield, Ugandan NGOs are raising questions about a draft bill that aims to support the EACOP project.

NPA of Ghana reduces contaminated fuels from 32% to 2.51%

10 November 2021

The authority intends to cut off the remaining 2.51%.

Friends of the Earth takes UKEF to court over Mozambique LNG loan

10 November 2021

Friends of the Earth has taken legal action in the British court system in a bid to prevent the UK Export Finance (UKEF) agency from providing financial support to the Mozambique LNG project.

Eni says Coral-Sul FLNG project for Mozambique is “on track”

10 November 2021

Eni has updated Mozambique’s President Filipe Nyusi about the progress of work on the floating LNG vessel that will be deployed by the Coral South LNG consortium and assured him that the project remains on schedule.

Savannah Energy makes first gas deliveries to FIPL Afam in Nigeria

10 November 2021

Savannah Energy, a UK-based independent active in Nigeria and Niger, says its Accugas subsidiary has started selling natural gas to FIPL Afam, a thermal power plant (TPP) owned by First Independent Power Ltd (FIPL) of Nigeria.

NNPC seeks to reassure public about gasoline supplies, prices

9 November 2021

Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC) has tried to assuage consumers’ concerns about potential gasoline shortages, saying in a statement that the country had adequate supplies.

ExxonMobil working to cut Rovuma LNG’s costs, carbon emissions

9 November 2021

ExxonMobil (US) is working to reduce the carbon footprint of its Rovuma LNG project while also cutting costs, Mozambique’s Energy Minister Max Tonela has said.

AfrOil: ExxonMobil hopes to cut Rovuma LNG costs, carbon emissions

9 November 2021

ExxonMobil (US) is working to reduce the carbon footprint of its Rovuma LNG project while also cutting costs, Mozambique’s Energy Minister Max Tonela has said.

NLNG aims to cut LPG exports

3 November 2021

The Nigeria LNG (NLNG) consortium has said it will reduce exports in order to raise the volume of LPG delivered to the domestic market to 450,000 tonnes per year, in line with previously announced plans.

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Frazer Simm

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